Washington’s Blog | Dinosaur Makes Law for Modern World
New American | “They’ve kind of lost their way.”
Truth Revolt | For introducing a religious liberties bill for private business owners.
Adan Salazar | Child now fearful of police after unnecessary encounter.
Adan Salazar | Privacy concerns overshadowed by purported need for increased security.
Free Thought Project | A lawsuit has been brought against two New York City cops claiming they exploited a mentally challenged woman for their own disgusting buffoonery.
Free Thought Project | The officers weren’t there to raid the school or arrest anyone, but they certainly looked like they were going to so.
UK Daily Mail | Homeowners should consider fitting CCTV to trap burglars, the country’s most senior police officer declared yesterday.
Prison Planet.com | Alex covers Planet Fitness’s decision to cancel a woman’s membership because she complained about a transgender using the women’s locker room.
Kyle Olsen | Several students aren’t happy after learning “communism,” or as their school is calling it, “prom-munism,” is the theme at this year’s prom.
Free Thought Project | The number was dramatically underestimated.
The Baltimore Sun | Cop Went Beserk, Hit Kids In The Face With Baton, Pepper Spray.
RT | A police officer in Madison, Wisconsin killed a 19-year-old black man following an altercation, triggering an anti-brutality rally in the city.
Free Thought Project | This week, it was reported that two senators in Missouri have called for the Ferguson Police Department to be dissolved.
Tech Dirt | Thanks to its ongoing FOIA lawsuit against the NSA, the EFF has managed to secure another set of documents.
RT | Charged with “obstructing” an in-depth security screening by the border service officials at the Halifax airport.
New American | The UN’s army of drug warriors has been meeting in Vienna to plan a response and demand obedience to its global drug-control regime.
Michael Krieger | Not coincidentally, free on-site video visits are offered at the jail only three days each week.
WatchDog.org | Not all FCC members are so sunny in their outlook for the future.
Stuff | Customs seeks powers to disclose passwords.
Free Thought Project | In a brief video posted to YouTube, a man claiming to be a former cop, lets an officer who pulled him over for no reason have it. He then goes on his way.
The Week | A newly released document indicates that the local reach of the devices may be interfering with cell service.
Daily Caller | It “elevated” critiques of his foreign policy into the public eye.
Mac Slavo | Welcome to 2015. We’re certainly not in Kansas anymore.
John W. Whitehead | When all is said and done, privatization in the American police state amounts to little more than the corporate elite providing cover for government wrong-doing.
Washington Post | Government launches mass drive to gather biometric data from mobile owners in attempt to combat terrorism.
The Daily Sheeple | “Time to start killing these coppers.”
Bizpac Review | “Compelling” evidence.
Prison Planet.com | Infowars reporter Joe Biggs takes to the streets of Chicago.
The Hill | U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts faced a conservative backlash after casting a decisive vote to save ObamaCare in 2012.
LA Times | Authorities said Sunday night that Los Angeles police fatally shot a man on skid row during a struggle over an officer’s weapons.
Gateway Pundit | Kid’s account and page had been locked for “suspicious activity.”
London Telegraph | Business for Britain says more power must given back to Parliament amid concerns that EU red tape is strangling companies.
The Hill | The Obama administration on Friday received court reauthorization for a controversial National Security Agency surveillance program.
Free Thought Project | It was discovered this week that the Chicago Police Department has been operating a secret “black site” facility on the city’s west side.
Free Thought Project | When Joanna Jurgens’ schizophrenic son came to her after being severely beaten, including a broken arm, and told her “cops did it,” she didn’t believe him.
Free Thought Project | The bill was inspired by a recent outrage that was caused by the material in a sex education class.
CNS News | The other 30,000 employees are not deemed “essential” workers.
Free Thought Project | D.C. officials and federal lawmakers have sparred over whether Initiative 71, a ballot measure approved by 70 percent of voters in November, can legally take effect.
Weekly Standard | President Obama warned workers at the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement: implement executive amnesty, or else.
Free Thought Project | “I would act the same way that I did.”
Adan Salazar | Officers fired on youths between 10 and 17-years-old 37 times.
The Intercept | Canada’s electronic surveillance agency is covertly monitoring vast amounts of Canadians’ emails as part of a sweeping domestic cybersecurity operation, according to top-secret documents.
Nick Gillespie | A full-throated defense of classical liberal and libertarian theorizing.
RT | It has reportedly called on bloggers to create accounts to spread information useful to Kiev.
Michael Krieger | You just can’t make this stuff up. You really can’t.
Mac Slavo | The NSA, the feds and law enforcement aren’t the only ones monitoring cell phone data and mobile devices.
Sputnik | Technology giant Apple has patented technology that makes it possible to track the phone’s location even after the gadget has been shutdown.
Digital Journal | The Department of Homeland Security might be shutting down soon but that won’t stop the department from reigning its tyranny on the American people.
Michael Krieger | Toymaker Mattel has unveiled a high-tech Barbie that will listen to your child.